Decisions [D4H], providers of emergency response team management software, have extracted some interesting information from a survey of the public and industrial emergency response markets.
In an industry that has been arguably inundated with niche products that promise innovation and to be the next big thing, it seems that incident command rooms either can’t sort the good from the bad or that the tools don’t meet the command staff needs closely enough.
In a survey of more than 80 response organizations globally, it was determined that while 91 percent are computerized, only 63 percent of incident command and emergency operation rooms have open Internet access. Are 37 percent of teams missing out and being less effect because of the lack of in-depth information and tools the internet can provide in an emergency situation?
Better decisions save lives. Multi-award winning Decisions [D4H] helps emergency services and industrial safety teams save more lives, keep production-lines open, and implement precise prevention campaigns by making better decisions. Decisions [D4H] is a Web-based collaborative emergency response team management tool, that helps record and analyse operations. Instead of archiving information as paperwork, the software generates real-time profiles of members, available resources, and experience levels. [D4H] uses this data to deliver live and intelligent information to the field.
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